Filip Dujardin’s Impossible Architecture

Belgium-based photographer Filip Dujardin’s “Impossible Architecture” has encapsulated the imaginary, and removed the practicality of construction. From early February to late March – these optical illusions will be showcased in Highlight Gallery in San Francisco to amaze the masses.

 

Expanding his fascination of buildings around Ghent, Belgium – Dujardin has utilized a digital collaging technique to create the illusion of buildings that appear absurd, dazzling and impressive. Though at first they appear structurally inconceivable, these fictional buildings arguably connect to Dujardin’s cultural heritage, intertwining both surreal design and rich urban landscape. Whether you call it madness or transformation, Dujardin’s “Impossible Architecture” is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Check out more at www.filipdujardin.be

Written by Guest Blogger Anita Wu

Anita Wu

Year Born: 1993 // Location: London, UK // Top 3 Places: Antibes, NYC & London // Next destination: South America // Generation favorite: Mad Men